Viliv X10 Tablet with Android spotted at Computex

Viliv has been showing off an Android based tablet during Computex. The device is the Viliv X10 and its running Android—wait for it—2.2. As in Froyo. So far it sounds interesting, after all an Android tablet running something other than 1.5 or 1.6 is somewhat of a novelty. Well, to be fair the X10 is being displayed with Android 2.1 but Viliv has stated that it will ship with 2.2.

Moving on though, the Viliv X10 is also offering a 16:9 display with a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, ARM processor, Wi-Fi, SD memory card reader and USB port. Other features include a front facing webcam, HDMI connectivity, accelerometer, the ability to play 720p (and possibly 1080p) quality video and options for built-in 3G or WiMax. In terms of battery life, Viliv has suggested up to 10 hours.

But in the end, there is a bit of bad news—as of now there is nothing in terms of pricing or a release date. But hopefully that will change sooner as opposed to later.

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By | 2010-06-02T12:14:28+00:00 June 2nd, 2010|Android Related, Just the Tablets|1 Comment

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